Main Feature: Olivia Johnston discusses her research into student perceptions of the eperience of class streaming; Deb Netolicky talks about her new podcast, the Edu Salon
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber discusses using papercraft bingo as an approach to retrieval practice; Ideology in Education, Tom Mahoney discusses t curriculum as an inherrently ideological space.
Main Features: Professor Manu Kapur discusses his research into Productive Failure and its impact on student learning; Teacher Takeaway Podcast, Cameron speaks with the teachers behind the Teacher Takeaway Podcast about their podcasting journey.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber questions the nature of innovation in education; Ideology in in Education, Tom Mahoney explores the ideology underpinning Blended Learning.
Main Feature: Jonathan Santo discusses research into teaching children social responsibility as a way to reduce bullying behaviours in schools.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber considers criticism of NAPLAN and whther it sometimes strays into anti-intellectualism; Education in Ideology, Tom Mahoney introduces the new ongoing segment and considers some of the ideological implications of NAPLAN; Education in the News, Cameron explores some of the news stories regarding year 12 exams in response to COVID.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 01:31 Intro 03:34 Kolber’s Corner 13:33 Ideology in Education 25:50 Education in the News 40:12 Feature Introduction 42:36 Interview – Jonathan Santo 01:09:19 Sign Off
Main Feature: Josephene Duffy, CEO of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, talks about the kitchen garden program in schools; the goals, methods, amd intended outcomes.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner – Steven Kolber discusses the challenges facing teachers who use social media; Ideology in Education – Tom Mahoney concludes the series with a consideration of what Ideology is, and how it affects teachers and teaching more broadly.
This TER Live episode brings you a recording of presentations from Teachmeet Melbourne, held at Kew High School on March 13.
00:00 Statement about teachers during pandemic
02:44 Opening Credits
04:20 Event Introduction
06:02 Lucas Walsh – Teaching for Uncertainty
17:39 Steven Kolber – From where the mentors, from where the mentees
24:48 David Zyngier – Ending public funding for private schools
35:05 Monique Dalli – Surviving and thriving in your early career
44:58 Bernadette Mercieca – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly World of Mentors
53:35 Olivier Elzingre – Teacher Training
01:01:41 Wendy Kenbeek – Teacher Wellbeing
01:14:35 Closing comments – Steven Kolber
01:17:05 Sign Off
Main Feature: Introducing a new regular segment – The Leadership Team, with Amanda Heffernan and Fiona Longmuir – throughout 2020 they’ll be interviewing academics and educational leaders about the research and experiences of leaders in schools and education systems.
Regular Feature: Kolber’s Korner – Steven Kolber discusses the organisation Teachers without Borders and their work in Cambodia.